After the headlines, Peter Rosegg from HECO joins us to talk about the Hawaii Clean Energy Day. Then, Cleo Brown from ING Direct and Kenneth Newman from Central Pacific Bank will be here to talk about online banking and identity protection.
First we look at the latest tech news and happenings in Hawaii and beyond. Then we have Roz Savage in the studio to give us an update on her upcoming trans-Pacific voyage. Later, Drew Bradley from REC Solar and Joe Saturnia from Island Pacific Energy are here to talk about solar power systems and the business of solar.
First we look at the latest tech news and happenings in Hawaii and beyond. Then we have Terrence Young from the Hawaii Macintosh & Apple Users’ Society here to talk about Spring Fest. Later, Stuart Candy fom the Hawaii Research Center for Futures Studies and Jason Seaborn from the Hawaii State Department of Health will be here to talk about Coral Cross and scenario planning.
After the headlines, Ailed Garcia from Kapiolani Community College talks about the New Media Demo Reel called “The Big Reveal.” Then, Paul Zorner from Hawaii BioEnergy and Heidi Kuehnle from Kuehnle Agrosystems will be here to talk about Bio Fuels and the part they play in our energy future.
After the headlines, we’re be joined by Lisa Gibson from the Hawaii Science and Technology Council for an update on Act 221 legislation. We then talk to Russell Castagnaro from the Hawaii Information Consortium and Lawrence Reifurth from the Dept of Commerce and Consumer Affairs about eGov Hawaii.
After the headlines Liz Corbin from the Dept of Business, Economic Development and Tourism and Jeff Bloom from UH’s Workforce Development join us during this Pledge Drive special edition of Bytemarks Cafe.
After the headlines, Randy Williams joins us to talk about the upcoming .NET Users Group meeting. Then, John Ryan from the Hawaii State Dept of Agriculture will discuss RFID — how this technology is used to enhance food safety.
This week, Colin Sato from Pfleuger Acura and Morgan Aggers from GEM Hawaii on car tech.
This week, Alex Ho from DBEDT and Briana Acosta from Waialua High School on the FIRST Robotics competition.